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Tax Day Shows Need for Tax Reform

M444ss Wrote: Apr 19, 2014 6:29 PM
...and, in fact, cares only about the power that both the legislative and executive branches get from a progressive, coercive personal income tax.
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Tax Day Shows Need for Tax Reform

M444ss Wrote: Apr 19, 2014 6:27 PM
Fair Tax !! Fair Tax Act of 2013 (HR 25 / S 13) http://www.fairtax.org/
Virginia's constitution very clearly states: "...that any citizen may freely speak, write, and publish his sentiments on all subjects..." As an institution of the state government, VCCS has absolutely no authority to restrict speech.
You are absolutely wrong. Colleges and other government institutions don't have rights. Only individual people have rights. You might also try reading Virginia's constitution, which includes: "...that any citizen may freely speak, write, and publish his sentiments on all subjects...,
If the Brits are serious about this, they will - sadly - have to call out the US government, many state and local governing bodies (e.g., school boards), and various US political and social groups as practitioners of Christian persecution.
Get your rep and senators in Congress to pass the Fair Tax (HR 25 and S 122), and this IRS problem goes away.. http://www.fairtax.org/site/PageServer http://www.fairtax.org/site/PageServer?pagename=FAQs
'Morning Joe' Crew Struggles to Name a Single Hillary Accomplishment ... I'm nit sure what difference it makes. The big 0 has no accomplishments and still got elected twice.
The investigation is a witch hunt? I guess Rep Cummings is a witch.
By the way, if the scholarship comes from some sort of endowment or an outside foundation, it seems the basis of the argument - that the students are really school employees - goes away.
This goes far beyond college football. Someday soon, an English major on full scholarship is going to use the NLRB decision to claim she is a university employee. She'll then demand all the benefits other employee's enjoy. Football players will still get scholarships, at least from the big schools, because the sport is a cash cow for the schools. Other scholarships, however, will go the way of the dodo.
Funny how they can't provide specific numbers unless it can be spun in their favor. Don't forget that most, if not all, of these enrollees were kicked off their old plans by O'care in the first place. By the way: 30M uninsured in 2009 vs 50M uninsured now. Not only is this law increasing rather than reducing the average family's health insurance cost, it's also not reducing the number of people without health insurance. Given their vehement defense of this very bad law, one could conclude that the stated purpose of the law is not the actual purpose.
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